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[ cheers and applause ] there he is, the new leader of 1 billion catholics around the world. cardinal jorge mario bergoglio of argentina is now pope francis i. good evening. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am gasia mikaelian. >> today's announcement is historic. ktvu's mike mibach here with how the world learned pope francis i will lead the church. >> reporter: pope francis i was chosen in one of the fastest conclaves in years. today a historical day in vatican city with holy week
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less than two weeks way. we are having technical difficults with that package. we will get that for you. we should mention it is three special things here. one he is a jesuit, non- european here which is a first for a pope of someone to come from argentina. he will celebrate his first mass in the sistine chapel on thursday. he will be installed as pope on tuesday. we will bring you more as soon as we could get that resolved. >> thank you. we have more details about pope francis i. he was born in buenos aires in 1936. the son of italian immigrants. a man symbolized poverty.
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he speaks spanish, atalgen and german -- italian and german and only has one lung,. what is the reaction to the pope? ktvu's ken pritchett is here with that story, including why the archbishop of san francisco thinks the name the pope picked is significant here. >> ken? we apologize for the difficulties. mike mibach said the conclave was quick. conclaves used to drag on for weeks and months. the longest was from november to september. it took a long time to select the pope because of infighting among those who were given the
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decision. after three days by the way the cardinals would only get one meal a day. after five days just bread and water. again today's announcement of a new pope is historic. let's go back to ktvu's mike mibach for how it world received the news. >> reporter: the sign of the white smoke ignited a chilling roar from those in vatican city. >> there is a great deal of emotion. [ cheers and applause ] >> the bells of st. peters basilica started ringing. some started prayering. [ music playing ] [ singing ]. >> reporter: at 8:15 p.m. pope francis i emerged from the balcony. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: cardinal jorge mario bergoglio from argentina becomes the first pope from
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south america, first pope to name himself francis and first jesuit. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the duty of the conclave will to appoint a bishop of rome and it seems to me that my brothers cardinals have chosen one, here i am. >> he is being humble and excited. >> reporter: pope francis pope francis i -- [no audio] >> first, i ask a favor for you. >> reporter: he asked catholics across there world to bless him. >> before the bishop blesses you i ask that you pray to the lord so that he blesses me.
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>> reporter: pope francis i bowed and silence descended on vatican city. >> that was mike mibach reporting. what is the reaction in the bay area? ken pritchett is here with that story, including why the archbishop of san francisco thinks the name the pope picked is so significant here. >> reporter: that's right. among the people we talked to today there was satisfaction with -- satisfaction with the selection of pope francis i, and surprise, not just that he is from south america but in the choice of his name. >> reporter: the sounds of bells ringing could be heard as mass begin, signifying a pope had been elected. they watched as a new pope was revealed. >> all of a sudden, you know, latin america, just amazing. >> we have difficult times and he has a lot to deal with. >> i was hoping it would be
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latin american, not an argentina. >> the first pope from latin america brought pride. >> the first we triumphed but then comes the cross and we have to help the new pope with the crisis that is casing the catholic church right now. on a global level. >> the choice of the name francis was a surprise to the archbishop. >> then i realized herein san francisco, that is great. >> reporter: choosing the name suggests he is not afraid to try something new. >> it is very unusual. not out of our tradition. we may see more of that with pope francis i. >> reporter: the diaceases announced a potential mass
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tomorrow in thanksgiving of pope francis i. in san francisco, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> people all around the bay showed interest in the new pope. that this school students took a break from exams to watch the announcement. they watched on phones, ipads and rojects -- and projectors. there was applause and discussions following it. >> everyone thought it would be another italian. it was interesting to see someone from argentina. >> the new pope is the first jesuit pope. latin americans are celebrating tonight it is a proud moment for argentinaens in the bay area. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live where members are gathering. >> reporter: people told us if you want a taste of argentina, this is where you need to go.
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look inside. they are making preparations but this is where the owners and their friends are getting together tonight to celebrate the selection of pope francis i. cardinal jorge mario bergoglio is from argentina. her mother immigrated her from argentina. she says her phone has been ringing off the hook from friends today as someone who was raised in the catholic church in the bay area, you don't have to be from argentina to appreciate the importance of this day in history. >> it is a change for the catholic church. of course, as a san franciscans i am a progressive catholic and we would like to see more great things come out of the catholic church. today is hope for that. >> reporter: back out here live, they have been watching coverage of the selection of the pope on the big screen here today and today we spoke to a
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man who just moved to the u.s. from argentina. he was familiar with cardinal jorge mario bergoglio. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. vice president joe biden is expected to lead the u.s. delegation to the pope's installation mass next tuesday. according to reports, pope benedict xvi doesn't plan to attend. in 2005, jeb bush headed the delegation. president obama offered warm wishes to pope francis i. he said i look forward to working with him to advance peace, security and dignity, regardless of faith. we are learning the pope
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francis i is scheduled to meet with pope benedict xvi tomorrow. the meeting will take place that papal retreat south of rome. the news of the meeting was over heard from pope francis i himself. and we have more coverage of the new pope at 5:30 p.m., live to rome where tens of thousands gathered. plus the catholic church is still facing many challenges. experts tell us how pope francis i can turn the page on the sex abuse scandal. a driver died in a crash on highway 101 at 2:14 a.m. the chp said the driver drifted into had center divide, over corrected and ended up in a ditch. three passengers suffered injuries. they have not released the name
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of the woman. barbara boxer questioned whether the military made an error when the u.s. military dropped rape charges. jeremy goulet was a pilot in hawaii when he was court- martialed on rape. but the charges were dropped in exchange for a discharge. barbara boxer said the military needs to recognize rape is a violent crime and those who commit it are capable of further violence. police called off their search today saying a woman is presumed dead. the search started last thursday when she failed to return home. the california highway patrol says surveillance video led investigators to believe that she committed suicide. her husband die offend cancer last year. her family thanked the community and police for their help in the search. police finished a six month
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sex crimes investigation that divided people in a city. officers say the late teacher did engage in sexual activities with two students. he also made sex videos. investigators say the crimes took place at his home, school and in his car. he was arrested last september, he committed suicide afterwards. in a move that could be the first of its kind one senator wants to let students get cret for taking courses -- credit for taking courses online. the bill would open up certain classes for credit. the classes are often over booked and not getting in can slow academic progress. the san francisco symphony is on strike for the first time in more than 15 years. the union announced the work
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stoppage this morning. union representatives said they have been negotiating since last year. members do not want to begin a tour without a contract. management said the union rejected three proposal for the highest -- proposals for the highest pay in the country. >> at this time we have not had a proposal from the management that could bring to our membership if we wanted to. we have had zero proposals. >> we are revising the proposal for tomorrow but they decided to strike rather than continue negotiations over seen by a mediator. >> management expressed disappointment and said the concert tomorrow will not be reschedule so contact the box off to exchange tickets, donate or get a refund. it is everything you always
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think of spring training. the weather is perfect, palm industries and for -- trees and for the giants, everything proceeding as planned, you will hear from the man, buster posey when we come back. >> fog along the coast, but temperatures are coming down, i will have details on your tomorrow forecast.
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opening day of the major league baseball season is a month away and ktvu's march se in arizona with aesh -- mark ibanez is in arizona with the champions. how are they looking now that you are there? >> reporter: well, that is usually the case. one of the two long time beat rides for the san francisco giants -- writes for the san
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francisco giants -- writers for the the san francisco giants said they haven't had anything juicy to write about. no players busted for steroids, nobody holding out demanding more money. but for the giants organization they are absolutely just fine with that because what that means is that everybody is getting their work in. everybody is accomplishing what they should be. with no distractions and nobody bothering them with stories that don't concern the team. the players we talked to today, a couple big time stars the catcher buster posey ask sergio romo, they can't believe how fast the off season just flew by. >> enjoy every minute you have even on days you are in arizona, kind of the grind of spring training, try to have
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fun with it. >> there was no time to enjoy and celebrate. for me, with the classic, i had to start sooner but yeah, definitely a quick off season. ones you don't mind having coming off of what we accomplished last year. >> reporter: but as far as the fans, lapping up the suds, the season can't get here soon enough. >> i have been waiting for the season to begin ever since it edited. >> can't wait till the season starts. we wanted it back. that is for sure. nothing on tv. >> seems like we have been on this ride from the beginning of the season through the end of the 9ers and hasn't stopped yet. >> reporter: that is the thing i can't believe how hungry they are for baseball. seems like the world series just ended in detroit but the fans we talked to today just itching for the game to start. as you mentioned it is a month
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till opening day. as far as they are concerned let it roll right now and we are with you as far as the heat wave, maybe 10 degrees warmer in arizona and i want to mention, for sure, we will cover the oakland a's tomorrow, give them equal time because we get plenty e-mails saying we favor the giants, they are the world champions but the a's won the american league western division, lots of optimism there and we will be in phoenix tomorrow. in the mean time, from arizona where the giants beat the reds today. mark ibanez, back to you. >> thank you. the chiefs today introduced alex smith as the team's new quarterback. the 49ers traded alex smith to the chiefs. he was the number one over all pick in the draft and the 9ers starting quarterback till the middle of last season when he
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suffered a concussion and colin kaepernick replaced him. plan that will get a student back on the city counsel. they walked in with the redistricting map. students make up 25% of the population but have no voice in city politics. they blame it on gerrymandering two decades ago. >> unfortunate students are split across four districts. over -- 20 years ago it was intentionally done so students wouldn't be in one area so our voices would be diluted. >> 30 years ago she was elected as the only student. she wasn't able to attend today but said she endorses the effort. study finds breast cancer patients treated with radiation
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can develop heart problems. doctors say women should not panic buzz it improves cancer survival. the chance of suffering a radiation induced heart attack is fairly small. bart is reminding riders about its program to allow bikes on trains during peak times. it runs from monday to friday. bikes will be allowed on all trains all day at all stations but bike riders are being asked to not use the first three cars. people who use facebook can share titles of movies and shows on netflix. an app lets you share that information with friends. you will be able to share on netflix or on facebook. and if there are titles you would rather not reveal you can
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opt out and you can cancel the connection with facebook any time. blackberry got its biggest order today, $1 million. shares jumped after the news and they are expected to launch their newest device on march 22. nissan is recalling 5 models for a air bag problem. they are recalled because of a faulty censor that could turn off the air bag. it is unknown how many cars are effected but all vehicles are 2013 models. after years of waiting drivers will be able to use tunnels to by-pass the devils slide area. the two tunnels run between pacifica and monterra. caltrans hopes to open the
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tunnels after a ribbon cutting ceremony on march 25. the tunnels have been under construction at a cost of $439 million. once they are open they will allow drivers avoid the devils slide area. we saw march e in arizona -- mark ibanez in arizona, bill, i think such an out fit would be appropriate for the bay area. >> yeah. yeah. well above average around here. i know you are enjoying the weather. if you got a chance to go out, it was nice. started off with dense fog, dense fog advisory, it pushed into the bay. there is the jet treme to the -- stream to the north. it is not going to rain. you knew that. this fog long the coast, it has been pushed back. that is that off shore flow.
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i think that weakens and the fog works back in. it comes back to the coast and filters into the inland bay valleys. that mean as cooling trend for tomorrow and the next day. how much cooler? not a lot. couple degrees. it will trend down, temperatures, especially along the coast. inland temperatures drop a couple degrees. 78 antioch. 76 livermore. warm out there. highs tomorrow, couple degrees cooler than today. today we had high pressure, that is why we got the dense fog advisory. the fog that got in was pressed down, visibilities were reduced and we had issues with fog this morning. we will see that tomorrow morning but i don't think it will be quite as dense. i think with it being stretched out a little bit it won't give us the same issues. tomorrow, this low-pressure system bumped up the marine
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layer. this is a summer thing, right? deepens the marine layer and the cool air pushes in. not just into the coastal sections but the east bay hills, towards the napa area. it does this, it cools everybody off by a couple degrees. so the warming trend has taken place. the warmest weather was today. now what happens is temperatures begin to cool down. here is where we were today. here is where we go tomorrow. temperatures trend down. when i come back the forecast, all the details on the temperatures trending down, where is the rain, the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. back here. so how far did she go? an update on the teen who went up against hundreds of competitors in a national competition. >> we are way over exposed. >> is our biggest threat online? what the country is doing to protect us from cyber attacks. 97
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. the website of jp morgan chase is back up after cyber attacks. the company would not say how long the outage lasted. chase is one of few hackers
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targeted. one experts said there is a good reason. a lot of systems that surround government, they go back to the 1970s. >> a committee heard today from the general in charge of cyberprotection and the white house standed to reports cyber attacks are coming from other countries. the chinese offered to discuss the problem. >> we need it have that conversation, that dialogue. this is a international challenge. >> pope benedict president obama met with a number of ceos at the white house to discuss cyber attacks. in an interview before the meeting the president called cyber security a growing problem. teenager took home $20,000
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in prize money in a math and science competition. she finished in 10th place at the science talent search. there were 1700 and 40 finalists who presented their projects in washington, d.c. last weekend. tonight we are learning police made an arrest in a pharmacy theft case. police arrested a man last week. he is accused of stealing $10,000 of prescription drugs from the medical foundation. police found the drugs at his home and his car. so what was it like to be in st. peter's square as history was made today? we are going to take you there live in 3 minutes. >> and a local scholar shares what the new pope selection could me for the sex abuse
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> more than a billion roman catholic around the world have a new pope. the cardinals picked one of their own from and just he immediately -- from argentina and he immediately chose the name pope francis i. near the vatican on what it was like to be there. >> reporter: absolutely wild. shocked. surprised. stunned that we now have a pope from latin america. there is now a man who road the
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bus to work every day who is now a leader of the 1.2 billion catholics. >> reporter: cardinal jorge mario bergoglio of argentina walked out on the balcony of st. peters basilica as pope francis i. he started with italian saying good evening. even though he is the first pontiff from latin america. he asked those gathered to pray for him. a wild cheer went up when the white smoke went up. he was thought to be the second choice in 2005, that elected pope benedict xvi. it took the cardinals 24 hours from the time they locked the doors at the sistine chapel to
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choosing which of them would lead the 1.2 billion catholics. in his first public appearance pope francis i blessed blessed the city, the world and all men and women of good will. cardinal jorge mario bergoglio looking forward to the task ahead and telling the crowd to have a good rest. >> reporter: pope francis i wakes up in the morning here in rome, he has to deal from the urgent down to the mundane. he has to be fitted for his ring, ready for his inauguration on tuesday when joe biden will come -- when vice president joe biden will come to town and congratulate him. he will be here in rome for a while. reporting from rome, ktvu channel 2 news. governor jerry brown offered colorful insight regarding pope francis i. >> i am glad he is a jesuit. that is the only -- [ laughter
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] >> he is from argentina. that might give him a broader perspective. sees the world from the southern hemisphere. >> governor jerry brown is a former jesuit seminarian but left, then enrolled that university of california at berkeley. the announcement of a new pope brings hope to those who want change in the catholic church. ktvu's cara liu is live where one is saying there are a number of reasons things could change. there has been great interest here, he says pope francis i is a man of the people, someone who advocated for the poor. >> reporter: he says pope francis i's experience as a
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pastor will signal a first start for the sex abuse scandal. >> there is hope there will be leadership at the highest level of the church and being a spokesperson and a model for zero tolerance of such abuse. >> reporter: the choice of a name that has never been used before has significance. >> everyone is going to identify that with st. francis who was a true reformer who the church sent out when they were new and there was chaos all and great problems -- chaos and great problems. . >> the church sees much of the abuse of children as a religious issue when it is a
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criminal issue. the church needs to get out of the business of protecting priests and get more into following the laws of reporting child abuse. >> reporter: he added that pope francis i asked for the blessing of the church as one of his first acts, showing he wants to listen and receive blessing. >> reporter: cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we posted pope francis i address to the crowd at st. peters basilica on our website, it is www.ktvu.com. democrats introduced their proposal for a budget. they went over the budget during a meeting. it calls for increases in spending and taxes. the democrat's budget would increase tax revenues over a trillion dollars over the next 10 years. >> the american went to the
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polls in support of. >> republicans introduced a proposal based on spending cuts. president obama nominated a new embassador to libya today, deborah jones. if approved she will fill a post left vacant by u.s. ambassador chris stevens. he was killed in an attack in benghazi september 11 last year. police scheduled a gun buy back program, cash for fire arms events have been popular. this is video from an earlier event. the program is planned for saturday from 10:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. at pittsburg city hall. people can receive 50 up to $300 in exchange for guns. up in flames, a explosion
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and fire after a boat collides with a pipeline in louisiana, the connection this crash has to the bay area. >> looking brighter in california, california has been lagging behind but the sign things are turning around. hello?
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mary gshe also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive the coast guard said a pipeline fire in louisiana will
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take another day to burn out. a tugboat struck the pipe last night. you see it here in this video. the barge was carrying fuel. four people on the boat suffered burns. the flow of gas has been stopped but there is still some in the pipe. as a debate over how to legalize marijuana grows a task force is investigating. right now colorado and washington are the only states that have legalized marijuana even though it is illegal under federal law. new report says california's economy will continue to improve with increase business investment and decreasing unemployment numbers. the forecast said it is estimated to grow 2% this year and 3% the following year.
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in california unemployment is expected to hit 9.6% this year and drop to 8.4 in 2014. report shows retail spending is up despite higher taxes. americans spent at a fast pace in february. experts say the new numbers show people continue to spend even with higher payroll taxes cutting into their take home pay. experts predict a growth for the u.s. economy this year. traders on wall street kept the market's streak going for a 9th day. the dow is up 5 to 14,455. the nasdaq is up 2 at 3,245. the s&p is up 2 to 1,554. a new plan to extend last call has californians and bar managers worried. >> and we had numbers into the low 80s in some neighborhoods.
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more fog out there now and it will increase tomorrow, that mean as cool down -- means a cool down, how much cooler for your bay area thursday? i will have the details.
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. we have breaking news right now from interstate 80 near red top road near fairfield. what you are looking at is spot fires that broke out near interstate 80. there have been several fires. they haven't been big and they have all been put out. there have been several of them. we know that one lane of 80 in
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the westbound direction and this is near red top road, one lane in the westbound direction is closed so keep that in mind. that could cause backups. as we get more information we will bring it to you. headline several spot fires there. should bars and night clubs in california be allowed to extend hours till 4:00 a.m. he is proposing that idea and ktvu's david stevenson is here to explain why and why not everyone thinks that is a good idea. >> reporter: the hope is to boost travelers. >> reporter: new legislation could let the good times roll on past 2:00 a.m. the bill would let bars and restaurants serve alcohol as
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late as 4:00 a.m. >> bartenders would love it. make more money. people that want to drink can drink. >> reporter: the goal is to enable city to compete with new york, chicago and las vegas. >> it would give the cities an opportunity to consider additional job growth and increase in tax revenues. >> from tourists coming here, having a later night, creates more opportunity for them to have a great time in the city and spend more money. >> i was shocked that everything died at 1:30 a.m. >> reporter: later hours could mean more headaches. >> people would be drinking too much and driving. i think it would be too plate and the news and -- too late and the noise and -- i think it is too late. >> no lack of infrastructure,
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buses and public transportation, not being able to facilitate. >> the bar service hours legislation will be heard by a committee this month. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. a new report on the america's cup race, a different impact on san francisco than one three years ago. anticipated revenue for the economy dropped from $1.4 billion to 902 million now. the number of jobs created will fall from 9,000 to 6500. the good news, san francisco's cost to host the race will be less than half. 15 at the beginning to now just 4. san francisco mayor ed lee announced new funding for the southerly program this morning -- for the city's solar program
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this morning. they made the announcement today. the program offers incentives for businesses, homeowners to install solar panels and non- profits greatly benefit after the solar panels are installed. >> to reduce energy use and make sure they could afford many years of great success. >> go solar sf paid out $17 million to local products since 2004 and 100 workers received trainer to install the panels. a sunny day a lut of people -- lot of people are seen wearing sun glasses. they are almost a must today. >> yeah. absolutely. next few days and we are continuing with this dry weather pattern. new records today. we saw 80s. 84 in morgan hill. that was the warm spot.
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80 antioch. 80 fairfield and santa rosa. 58 pacifica. the fog has been playing tag back and forth, the fog is coming back in right now. dense along the great highway. there is the jet stream. if this was focused on us we would be getting wet. it is driving to the north and that keeps us dry. you see the fog. i have reports of fog and i have seen pictures of fog long the great highway. the fog is pushed away by the winds but the winds are slacking right now. 79 in santa rosa. 66 concord. the high pressure is weakening and it will set us up with a cooler pattern. that is not the headline. the headline is more dry. the headline is where is the rain? we are dry through the five-day
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forecast. rain showers possible middle of next week but right now we are dry. pollen becoming an issue greater than flooding. extended forecast, we continue in the warm weather pattern. subtle stuff. 80, tomorrow 70s. still very warm. tomorrow's forecast, 80s. couple 80s pop up tomorrow, concord, morgan hill, gilroy. most of us look like this. 77 fairfield. you are a click short of 80 degrees. you can see, you know, 75 in morgan hill. maybe -- you might get a -- by morgan hill, pop an 80. nice day tomorrow. that is your thursday. friday looks nice. saturday, sunday, monday, looks nice. tuesday, clouds and maybe a chance of showers. this pattern is nice to be a
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part of. >> you have been doing this for a long, long time. is this in the top -- [ talking at the same time ] >> december was so massive, so much rain and two months with nothing and this is the second year. last year wasn't a wet year. not good. >> thank you, bill. watch those 140 characters, the changes that are coming to twitter plus -- >> problems for a big roadway improvement project in san jose, how drivers are costing damage and costing money. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids?
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